A promising basketball player whose coach has been making sure his grades are OK so he can play, learns he has a condition that means he can't play basket ball anymore. His coach then casts him aside. He loses his scholarship and doesn't know what he's going to do because he's illiterate. Jonathan then gets him to join a special class so that he could learn to read. He gets him a job coaching kids. He's also worried about a drug dealer that's plaguing the neighborhood and has his sights set on some the kids he is coaching and wants to stop him. Jonathan tries to help ...
A woman returns to her home to reconnect with her parents but it seems her father doesn't want to see her. Because she has a child out of wedlock. She then asks them to take her child because she's not well.
Jonathan's friend Scotty, a quadriplegic, wonders if his relationship with a woman can succeed, and while Jonathan is delighted to help Mark isn't so keen about it ... since the woman in question is his cousin Diane.
A heartless corporation plans to buy up and tear down an old neighborhood. Jonathan and Mark rally its aging residents to fight the buyout and at the same time they bring together in a common cause a lonely widow and widower.
Jonathan and Mark help a family struggling to do the right thing with an aging parent in their home. The daughter in-law demands he be put him in a retirement home or she'll leave. Their caring teenage son is caught in the middle of the muddle.
Lizzy finds out She has cancer, and on top of it, She learns She's also pregnant. She pushes Her new husband away, even though She really loves Him. Jonathan and Mark help the new couple pull together and move forward.
Jonathan and Mark become counselors at Camp Good Times, a summer camp for children with cancer, to help two cancer patients: a frightened little boy with an overprotective mother and an angry teenage athlete who may lose his leg to bone cancer.
Camp Good Times is helping both Gary and Curtis in different ways, but Jason may have lost his will to keep going when his best friend is rushed to the hospital and his father still refuses to deal with Jason's illness.
When Mark wishes that Jonathan be a mortal cop "for just a little while", "The Boss" takes him up on his wish with the result that Jonathan must relinquish his angelic powers...which, considering the dangers of being a police officer, may not be a good idea.
A modern-day Hollywood retelling of the Cinderella story, only this aspiring actress Cindy wants to be accepted for who she really is and not the Eliza Doolittle her well-meaning dad wants to transform her into.
Out of fear of losing their jobs, workers at a factory ignore ground-water contamination (even though the contamination is making their children sick), and Jonathan must resort to drastic measures to force them to face the facts - but the consequences may be just as fatal to him.
Mark is the only one who can help when his friend's fifteen-year-old adopted daughter tries to find her biological mother and the unexpected uncovered truth threatens to tear the family apart completely.
The two-part episode "The Monster" concerns the intertwining plot lines of Julian Bradley, a young artist with a facial deformity treated as a local "boogeyman" by the townsfolk, and Jonathan and Mark's quadriplegic friend Scotty, now an attorney whose practice is failing (since nobody wants to hire a quadriplegic attorney) and whose marriage is also in danger of failing. When Julian meets Rachel, a blind girl, they fall in love, but an operation that may restore Rachel's sight may also destroy Julian's hopes.
Jonathan and Mark go to work at a football team. And one of the players whose worried about getting cut asks for drugs from the team doctor Dan Hickey, gives it to him. And also Hickey is very hard on his son who's a medical student and helps his father, his son takes drugs to cope. And Hickey is also taking drugs.